A Day in the Night of America by Kevin Coyne

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A look at the more than ten million Americans who work the night shift--from Federal Express pilots to Nevada prostitutes--offers an intimate journey that captures the mood, the feel, and the texture of America after hours.
 

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Kevin Coyne is a noted journalist whose previous works include "Domers: A Year at Notre Dame,
 
Published September 1, 1992 by Random House. 316 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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To complete his Studs Terkel-ish collection of stories about night workers from Tampa Bay to Alaska, Massachusetts journalist Coyne traveled over 18,000 miles and amassed interviews with 429 nocturnal souls, seeking to support his thesis that having ``run out of geographic frontiers to colonize.....

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Ingeniously conceived, superbly executed, freelance journalist Coyne's first book examines how Americans live--and, in particular, work--at night.

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